Thanks to you, I've been happily using the old HnS since the Vista days.Mike, I'm sure you know that HnS isn't at all supported any more, which is of course a damn shame given how much work went into it.
Yes, HnS is essentially a GUI to create a menu.lst file then swap (by mutual renaming) grub and bootmgr.
I'm still using it (highly customized) to boot XP/Vista/7/8.
Quad boot Vista, XP, W7 and Ubuntu using HnS to protect system restore points from XP
(Linux swapped for W8 since this thread was posted)